Events and Programs


Exclusive Member’s Only Tour
Adelphi Hotel


Saturday, August 13
11:00 a.m.
365 Broadway
Join us for an exclusive Member’s Only tour of the Adelphi Hotel. Get a behind-the-scenes look
at the in-progress renovation of this historic hotel with project architect Dominick Ranieri of DRA Architecture.
Tour begins at 11:00 a.m. and lasts approximately 90 minutes. Space is limited.

Summer Stroll Calendar

North Broadway Summer StrollSundays through August 28
SSPF Members $5  |  Non-Members $8

Sunday, August 14
10:30 AM
The Good Life: North Broadway
NW Corner of North Broadway & Van Dam Street
Executive Director of SSPF, Samantha Bosshart, will lead  a tour of the grand Queen Annes along this famed corridor.
This area features homes built by Saratoga’s most prominent figures such as Lucy Skidmore Scribner,
Fred Cluett, William B. Gage, and Senator Brackett.
Sponsored by: Olde Bryan Inn

Sunday, August 21
10:30 AM
Down in the Valley: Exploring the Gut
SE Corner of Phila & Putnam Streets (Ben & Jerry’s)
Ellen Steinberger will conduct a tour of the area behind Broadway known as “The Gut,”
home to many working class family businesses and important contributions from Saratoga’s Jewish community.
Sponsored by: Harveys Restaurant & Bar

Sunday, August 28
10:30 AM
Saratoga’s Historic West Side
South Franklin Street (Gideon Putnam Cemetery Entrance)
Stroll leader Susan Brooks will lead guests through the restored historic West Side, also known as Little Dublin.
Guests will learn about Saratoga’s Irish and Italian immigrants who helped shaped the history of this unique district.
Sponsored by: NBT Bank

Thank you to our generous
Summer Series Sponsor
Stewart's Shops

Reservations are not required, but are suggested.
To RSVP, please contact

Nicole Babie, Membership & Programs Coordinator.
(518) 587- 5030


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NYSCA LogoPrograms are made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts
with support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.